Tricky old customer, the postman. One day he’s delivering the new present you’ve bought yourself from Amazon with all the money you’ve saved by being a CEJ client, another he’s dropping off a less than welcome letter from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs department.
Such a letter may well have landed on your doormat recently – or be winging its way to you around about now – about getting your tax returns in for the financial year that’s just ended (April 6, 2016 - April 5, 2017).
As ever with CEJ, the important thing to remember is this: Worry not, we’ve got it all in hand.
Very few of you will need reminding that the actual deadline for submitting that return isn’t until January 31 next year (that’s 10 whole months away), but if you’d like to get it sorted early that’s fine too.
For those of you who have never got the return in before 11.59 on January 31, doing it early does offer one distinct advantage: you have almost an entire year to be prepared for how well off you will or won’t become next April.
So, in summary: We’ve got it all in hand.
One thing we do need you to do for us is to update your bookkeeping spreadsheet up until the end of this April (that’s April 2017) and let us know when it’s done. That’s it.
If there’s anything else we can help you with, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Email Jo (email@example.com), Ben (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Peter (email@example.com) and we’ll get back to you.